A grotesque racist caricature of a buxom black woman in a white dress decorated with flowers and a bonnet with ribbons, grinning at the viewer and saying ‘Don’t you think you Fancy me now Massa’. Probably inspired by the “High Life in Philadelphia” series by Edward Williams Clay between 1828 and 1830 mocking supposed racial differences and modeled after George and Robert Cruikshank’s Life in London.
- Title: A devil rolled in snow [graphic] / [image of a hand] fecit.
- Publication: [London?] : [publisher not identified], [ca. 1830?]
Acquired February 2022